Gardd Goedwig Colby

Memorial at Colby Woodland Garden
Gardd Goedwig Colby


Upcoming events

If these woods could talk: guided history walks

Sat 22 Sep 2018
Join us for a guided tour about the hidden history of Colby Woodland Garden and Colby Estate. Uncover the stories behind the landscape; from war and mining to scandals and murder.

Wild Thyme Tots

Mon 24 Sep 2018
Join Tor at Colby Woodland Garden with our new Wild Thyme Tots sessions, it's all about having fun outdoors. It's a time for pre-schoolers and their parents to enjoy nature together. You will be exploring, creating, storytelling, making new...

Colby parkrun

Sat 29 Sep 2018
Join in with the Colby parkrun; the free sporting event takes place every Saturday at 9am.

CANCELLED: Apple Day celebrations

Sun 21 Oct 2018
Please note this event has been cancelled due to limited apple crops this year. We apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience caused.

Build Colby's wicker man

Sat 27 Oct 2018
Throughout half-term we invite you to get crafty to help us build a wicker man for the wildflower meadow. The creation will be on display at Colby in October, concluding with a bonfire celebration on 4 November.

Bushcraft basics

Tue 30 Oct 2018
Head to the woods for a bushcraft survival session with our expert guide, Chris Harvey-Jones. From fire lighting to den building, there's lots to learn if you want to be an outdoor explorer! Session 1 - 10.30am - 11.30am (age range 7+)...
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Bwyta a siopa

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Bywyd gwyllt

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Ein gwaith

Gardener Geraint Hughes

Tu-ôl-i’r-llenni yng Ngardd Goedwig Colby 

Mae’r garddwr Geraint Hughes yn taflu goleuni bob mis ar y gwaith sy’n digwydd yn y gerddi ac ar y pleserau tymhorol persawrus a hardd yno.

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Cymryd rhan

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Lleoedd i aros

Tu fas Y Cwms, bwthyn gwyliau yng Ngardd Goedwig Colby

Lleoedd i aros 

Os ydych chi’n chwilio am hoe fach yn Sir Benfro, beth am drio un o fythynnod gwyliau’r Ymddiriedolaeth Genedlaethol. Dewch ‘mlaen – mae’r croeso’n gynnes